We’re pretty lucky in our house. We don’t have any trouble putting our two kids to bed. And barring the occasional bad dream, they usually stay put for the night. So we like these beds from German company De Breuyn strictly for the fun factor.
But parents of yo-yo kids – you know, the ones that are up and down … and up and down … and up and down – will probably like them because the fun designs stand a good chance of encouraging their offspring to stay in bed for longer than five minutes.
The Villa Patrizia bunk, all modern styling and eye-catching red highlights, is perfect for when siblings share a room. I like how it’s not so high that you have to worry about bumps and bruises for lively preschoolers while also being low enough for parents to deliver bedtime kisses without having to climb the ladder. Don’t need a bunk? Skip the bottom bed and use it as an elevated sleep zone for one, as pictured above, with space underneath for a secret reading nook or play area. It costs €2972 as a bunk or €1663 as a bed for one.
Want to ramp up the fun factor? De Breuyn also have beds that double as pirate lairs, beds fit for princesses, medieval style beds for brave knights and even beds with built-in slides. Most are available in single or bunk combinations. They start from €719.
All De Breuyn beds are made from solid beechwood with kid-safe finishes of natural oil or white-wash. So at least you know the bedrooms will look good, whatever bedtime brings in your house. Like what you see? Contact De Brueyn direct for shipping options.
Thanks to Jessie, one of our loyal readers for passing this link along to us.